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BLIND-SINGLE-COLOUR(1)	    General Commands Manual	BLIND-SINGLE-COLOUR(1)

NAME
       blind-single-colour - Generate a	single-colour video

SYNOPSIS
       blind-single-colour  [-f	frames | -f 'inf'] -w width -h height (X Y Z |
       Y) [alpha]

DESCRIPTION
       blind-single-colour prints a single-colour video	to stdout.  The	 video
       have  the  colour  specified  by	the arguments X, Y, and	Z, and the se-
       lected alpha value. The colour is specified in CIE XYZ. If X and	Z  are
       not specified, the colour will be CIE Standard Illuminant D65-grey with
       the luminosity Y.  If alpha is not  specified,  1,  which  means	 fully
       opaque, will be used.

OPTIONS
       -f frames
	      The  number of frames in the video. If frames is 'inf', the num-
	      ber of frames will be specified as 0 in the output's head	(works
	      fine  with  most	blind  tools) but the video will be printed to
	      stdout until there are no	processes with an  open	 read  end  to
	      this process's stdout.

       -w width
	      The width	of the video, in pixels.

       -h height
	      The height of the	video, in pixels.

NOTES
       blind-single-colour  may	 be  changed  in  the future to	use some other
       colour model, therefore,	it is recommended to  also  use	 blind-colour-
       ciexyz(1)  if you are specifying	the colour in CIE XYZ. If however your
       values are colour space-agnostic, you should not.

SEE ALSO
       blind(7), blind-colour-ciexyz(1), blind-colour-srgb(1)

AUTHORS
       Mattias AndrA(C)e <maandree@kth.se>

				   blind 1.1		BLIND-SINGLE-COLOUR(1)

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